My Morning Jacket Live at Bonnaroo (That Tent) on 2006-06-16
It Beats 4 U*
What A Wonderful Man
One Big Holiday
Head Held High@
The Way That He Sings
A Quick One$**
Off The Record
I Will Sing You Songs
Evelyn Is Not Real**
It's About Twilight Now
It Makes No Difference
Phone Went West**
9 - The Way That He Sings
Collection MyMorningJacketBand/Artist My Morning JacketVenue Bonnaroo (That Tent)Source DPA(B&K) 4011s->Luminous MonarchsLineage Luminous Monarchs->722@24/96.SD722 -> CD Wave (tracking) ->Wavelab 5(edit/dither/resample)-> FLACTaped by Mark Lynn(email@example.com)Transferred by Mark Lynn(firstname.lastname@example.org)
*With Andrew Bird
**KC Guetig on Percussion, Mike on guitar
#Flying Burrito Bros.
$The Who, first time played
%Rolling Stones, first time played
^Misfits cover, first time played
April 5, 2013
Thanks for sharing this very nice recording of a great MMJ show, Mark. FYI, the song "It Makes No Difference" is a cover. The original was done by The Band, which seems to be an important influence of MMJ. I thought you and other listeners would want to know. Thanks again for posting this recording!
March 23, 2010
Hey now Levon
After having seen all of those groups more than a few times, I'd have to say that comparison is unfair and shows that you don't have a good ear for music. MMJ definitely has more content to their work (i.e. their songs focus more on melody and lyrical substance), but both Bisco and Umphrey's exhibit vastly superior musicianship. Their music tends to be far more complicated, and much, much, much more technically difficult. Essentially, they are two completely different styles. That being said, this show rocks. They better watch out with that Stones cover though, that thar is Phish territory!
August 29, 2008
Def a must have!
Few bands deliver everytime they play. MMJ is one of those bands.
Levon's Sunny Side
February 6, 2007
I have seen more than a few reditions of Dondante, and this one was the best. It was nearly overpowering and emotioinally exhaustive.
Levon's Sunny Side
February 6, 2007
BiscoMcgee is an idiot
This was probably the best show I have ever attended. The energy was high, the vibe was great and the band flat wore the audience out by 3:00 AM. After this show, listening to Umphry's or the Biscuits would like getting used to gourmet cooking, then having to eat ramen noodles served by your high school cafeteria.
October 10, 2006
Just wanted to add that "It Makes No Difference" is a song by the Band.
September 29, 2006
you need this show
this was by far the most amazing show i've ever seen. aimless drifters from around the festival who didn't even like mmj seemed to gravitate towards the set just by hearing the music swell and the crowd go with it. plus they played nearly 2 hours past their set end time.
September 11, 2006
MMJ Best Show at Bonnaroo
This show was better than Radiohead. Radiohead is my all-time favorite band, and these dudes kicked the shit out of every other show I saw. Bright Eyes was good but mellow. Death Cab was more intense than I expected. Whomever decided to catch Umphrey's or the Rap jam instead of this is crazy.
Dondante was single-handedly the most intense shit I have ever seen live. Patrick Hallahan was beating the living shit out of the drums. That dude is crucial in pushing everything they do over the top.
Jim James might be the best frontman in rock right now as far as his voice goes. Scary good.
The Who cover is SICK. Who would have the balls to play that? Check it out on YouTube:
July 28, 2006
if you attended this show instead of umph and bisco, you missed out... it was a rave... but this show does sound smooth. the covers were made there own, which is nice.. and the quality is good.. 3 stars
July 24, 2006
3 hours of Jacket-y goodness, featuring a soaring Dondante (still not as good as the old version, but undeniably majestic), facemelting Run Thru, and several (killer) new covers, in particular The Who's "A Quick One." And to top it all off, the return of Phone Went West.
A must-have, for the diehard or casual fan.